Monday 20 March 1922
It was Monday, under the sign of Pisces (see planets position on March 20, 1922). The US president was Warren G. Harding (Republican).
Famous people born on this day include Carl Reiner and Jack Kruschen.
Sherlock Holmes, directed by Albert Parker, was one of the most viewed movies released in 1922
But much more happened that day: find out below..
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Which were the important events of 20 March 1922 ?
- Feast of St. Cuthbert, patron saint of Northumbria (died 704)
- Saint Alexandra
- Saint Herbert (died 687)
- Canberra Day
- Meat Out Day
- International Astrology Day
- New Year of Iranian Calendar: Norouz occurs on the vernal equinox.
- The second day of Quinquatria in ancient Rome, held in honor of Minerva.
- The vernal equinox usually occurs on this day.
- Saint Wulfram (d.704)
- Carl Reiner: American actor director producer and screenwriter.
- Jack Kruschen: Winnipeg, Manitoba -- Actor (Papa-Webster, Busting Loose).
- Doug Barnard Jr (Representative-Democrat-Georgia: 1977-).
- Larry Elgart New Haven Connecticut: bandleader/alto sax (Elgart Orchestra).
- Arnold Burgen: College President (Academia Europaea).
- Larry Elgart: American saxophonist and bandleader.
- Ray Goulding: comedian (Bob and Ray), dies from kidney failure at age 68.
- Wyndol Gray: American athlete who played pro basketball for two seasons in 1946-48.
- WIP-AM in Philadelphia PA begins radio transmissions
- The USS Langley (CV-1) is commissioned as the first United States Navy aircraft carrier.
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Which were the top hits in that special week of March 1922 ?
Top #4 songs in the USA
- Club Royal Orchestra - The Sheik
- Gypsy Blues - Paul Whiteman & His Orchestra
- Stealing - Carl Fenton & His Orchestra
- The World is Waiting for the Sunrise - John Steel